# Area of a Rectangle Worksheets

Calculating the area of rectangles worksheets, meticulously designed for children of grade 3 through grade 6 encompass exercises like counting the squares, finding the area of a rectangle with dimensions given as integers, decimals and fractions involving unit conversions, finding the perimeter from area, calculating the area of rectilinear shapes (irregular figures) and much more! Free worksheets are included.

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Counting squares in rectangles

Count the squares and find the area of each rectangular grid. Level 1 worksheets are ideal for grade 2 and grade 3, which contain only unit squares. Scales vary across the rectangles in level 2 worksheets, which provide great practice for grade 4 and grade 5.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Finding Area: Type 1 - Integers

Introduce area of rectangles to students of 3rd grade by printing this set of practice sheets. Substitute the values of length and width in the formula (Area = base * height) to compute the area of each rectangle.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Finding Area: Type 2 - Integers

Download our meticulously drafted worksheets for extensive practice on the area of rectangles featuring three different question formats. Two levels of difficulties are included based on the range of the dimensions.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Finding Area: Decimals

Plug in the values of length and width in the area formula to compute the areas of the given rectangles. The exercises in this section feature length and width in decimals.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Finding area with fractional side lengths

Test the knowledge of 4th grade and 5th grade children on finding the area of rectangles with fractional side lengths.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Finding Area involving Unit conversions

These tailor-made area worksheets familiarize students with the conversion of units. The first step is to convert the dimensions to the specified units. The second step is to find the area of the rectangles with the converted measures.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Finding length and width

Broaden your understanding of the area of rectangles by finding the length or the width from the given area. Substitute the known values in the formula and find the missing dimension of the rectangle. Recommended for grade 4 and up.

Type: Integers, Decimals (5 worksheets each)

Finding area from a diagonal and vice-versa

Part A contains the diagonal and the measure of one side. Apply Pythagorean theorem to find the measure of missing side and then find the area of a rectangle. In Part B, find the missing side using the area and the side provided and then find the diagonal using the theorem. Ideal for 7th grade and 8th grade.

Area from perimeter and vice-versa

Explore the relationship between area and perimeter of a rectangle with these printable worksheets. Each problem contains either area or perimeter with only one known dimension. Find the unknown dimension and solve the problem.

Area of Rectilinear shapes (L-shapes)

Divide each L-shape into rectangles, find the missing parameters, determine the area of each rectangle and compute the sum of the areas to find the area of rectilinear shapes. These worksheets are recommended for grade 3 and grade 4.

Area of Rectangular paths

This batch of challenging PDF worksheets contains exercises on finding the area of rectangular paths, ideal for students of grade 4 and grade 5. Split the figures into rectangles, calculate the area of each rectangle and then find the area of the path by adding or subtracting the area of rectangular regions.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Area of Rectangles Word Problems Worksheets

Hone your skills in solving area of rectangles with this set of real-life word problems. The worksheets include exercises like finding the area of rectangles, finding length or width, rectangular path and more in the word format.

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